Published in Rubber Stamp Madness magazine, Spring 2016 edition.
I am beyond thrilled to have a couple of cards published in this edition. This one includes two full pages (plus a little more on a third page) of step by step instructions and photos (pages 13 - 15)!
Using the "painting with glitter" technique (also known as inlaid glitter technique or the kiss cut technique) onto a piece of Sparkle N Sprinkle Super Adhesive Sheet die cut from the Ray of Sunshine cutting plate by Taylored Expressions, I added the following SNS glitters to create my sun: Cherry Lemonade, Lemonade, Waterfall, and Rapture Blue. The glitters were sprinkled onto the exposed adhesive and burnished into the adhesive starting with the lighter colors and finishing with the darker shades.
The Garden Silhouette rubber stamp from Sparkle N Sprinkle was stamped onto a piece of Embossable Clear Acetate with VersaMark and then heat set using Midnight Madness embossing powder. I fussy cut around the image and adhered it in front of the rays of sun. Although it's hard to tell in the photo, the silhouette is very sparkly as there is glitter in the embossing powder.
To see the step-by-step photos and complete instructions, you'll need to purchase this edition. :-)